Letter to the President of my college.

Greetings,

I have a perfect attendance record with a 4.0 after one semester (15 credits). I am homeless. I have a place to shower and keep clean clothes. Besides that, I sleep in chairs on the subway platform at Columbus Circle and other subway stations in Midtown.

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I have zero criminal record.

I live my life by the book and squeaky clean. I am respectful to everyone regardless of how poorly they treat me or how many lies certain people tell me. People I know pay the NYPD to torture me. I’m making the best of it. It has been going on for years. I don’t mention it to anyone at school besides your office and the college attorney’s office. I’m not asking for help, I’m just alerting you to the situation.

I grew up around several millionaires in Woodmere, New York, and Westhampton, New York. Some of them are highly connected with New York law enforcement. Unfortunately, they used their contacts to have me tossed headfirst into the street. They actually had several women try to hook up with me, I suspect to set me up, but I didn’t fall for it. Being homeless is better than being in prison, so I’m grateful for that. They also had several people try and pick fights with me but I didn’t fall for that either.

In the meantime, I’m keeping to myself at school. I’m going to continue to treat everyone with the utmost respect. I mostly keep to myself in regards to the students. There was one issue where a female student started yelling at me for no reason. I have never said one word to this person. I have no idea who it is. There was a security camera in the room. I contacted security and reported it. The head of security said the security camera was broken via email.

Again, I’m making the best of the situation. Hopefully one day I will get my life back and the NYPD will stop torturing me. I only have one life so I’m making the best of it. I’m at school studying right now even though classes don’t start until next week. I want to keep my A average going.

Thank you and have a good day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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